Bruce has owned his business for more than 30 years and he’s ready to retire. He is five years under the retirement age and has no interested children to take over this operation. He has poured his blood and sweat into his business for most of his life. Bruce has a few options. He can close the doors, walk away, and lay off his staff of 25, he can sell the business and the building to an interested party and use the money to supplement his retirement savings, or he can find someone who wants to buy the business and then lease the building to him or her, keeping rental income for continual cash flow.
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